Lotto winner to donate $2M to fix high school roof

Gloria C. Mackenzie, an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Florida (C), her son Scott (R) and a person identified by Lottery Officials as &quota trusted family friend&quot (L) leave the Florida Lottery offices after claiming the largest single jackpot in American lottery history, valued at $  590 million, in Tallahassee, June 5, 2013. Lottery officials said Mackenzie had elected to take the lump sum payout of $  370,896,780 before taxes. REUTERS/Colin Hackley (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY)


Lotto winner Gloria Mackenzie will donate $ 2 million to correct the roof of a higher university in East Millinocket, Maine.

The 84-12 months-aged retiree who gained the biggest individual pot in lotto history will donate $ two million to resolve the roof of a Maine substantial college in her hometown.

Gloria MacKenzie nabbed the successful $ 590.5 million Powerball ticket and has presented to restore the roof at Schenk High College in East Millinocket.

Schenck High School in East Millinocket, Maine, where MacKenzie's daughter is a biology teacher and her son served on the school board.

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Schenck Higher Faculty in East Millinocket, Maine, in which MacKenzie's daughter is a biology trainer and her son served on the college board.


MacKenzie’s daughter is a prolonged-time biology teacher there. And her son has served as a earlier member of the college board.

MacKenzie took a lump sum of $ 371 million that totaled $ 278 million after taxes. She bought her winning ticket May eighteen in Zephyrhills, Fla.

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